Indian vice-captain Smriti Mandhana noticed her title go up by a few locations within the ICC rankings for ladies batters in ODIs with out even that includes in a sport for greater than a month within the format. The Australia-South Africa ODI collection had a constructive impact on Mandhana’s scores within the prime 10 given the Proteas captain Laura Wolvaardt had a forgettable time in three matches scoring simply seven runs together with a duck.
Wolvaardt dropped to sixth place and Mandhana rose to 4th place as each the opening batters swapped positions within the newest ICC rankings for ladies within the 50-over format. The opposite main adjustments within the batting listing noticed Australian all-rounder Ash Gardner drop by three spots to twenty second place after scoring 35 and 1 within the final two ODIs in opposition to South Africa whereas Tahlia McGrath however, moved up by fourth place to thirtieth place following her scores of twenty-two and 44* within the final two video games.
Amongst bowlers, there was lots of motion within the prime 10 itself with the South African famous person Marizanne Kapp being the largest gainer. The 34-year-old moved up seven locations to the No.2 spot leaving the remainder of the gamers’s spots fluctuating. Kapp’s compatriot Ayabonga Khaka dropped by three locations to joint-eighth place tied with Jess Jonassen, who additionally was down by three spots.
Gardner too suffered a three-place jolt to be in seventh place. Three gamers transferring down meant the likes of Kate Cross and Hayley Matthews rose by two spots every to fifth and sixth positions respectively.
Whereas the Australian and South African groups might be concerned in a Check match this week at Perth’s WACA, the remainder of the gamers have began their preparation for the 2024 version of the Girls’s Premier League (WPL) which kicks off on February 23 in Bengaluru.